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Ancillary Materials in Volume 10
Michael D. Ward & Kristian Skrede Gleditsch
Location, Location, Location: An MCMC Approach to Modeling the Spatial Context of War & Peace
Political Analysis 2002 10: 244-260
The Electoral Geography of Weimar Germany: Exploratory Spatial Data Analyses (ESDA) of Protestant Support for the Nazi Party
Political Analysis 2002 10: 217-243
Donald P. Green & David H. Yoon
Reconciling Individual & Aggregate Evidence Concerning Partisan Stability: Applying Time-Series Models to Panel Survey Data
Political Analysis 2002 10: 1-24
John E. Jackson
A Seemingly Unrelated Regression Model for Analyzing Multiparty Elections
Political Analysis 2002 10: 49-65
Michael Tomz, Joshua A. Tucker & Jason Wittenberg
An Easy & Accurate Regression Model for Multiparty Electoral Data
Political Analysis 2002 10: 66-83
James Honaker, Jonathan N. Katz & Gary King
A Fast, Easy, & Efficient Estimator for Multiparty Electoral Data
Political Analysis 2002 10: 84-100
Ben Pelzer, Rob Eisinga & Philip Hans Franses
Inferring Transition Probabilities from Repeated Cross Sections
Political Analysis 10(2), 113-133
Chatherine Eckel, Martin Johnson, & Rick K. Wilson
Fairness & Rejection in the Ultimatum Bargaining Game
Political Analysis 10(4), 376-393